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The Royal Air Force (RAF) Museum is one charity with two sites open to the public at Hendon in North London and Cosford in Shropshire. The site at Cosford opened as a museum in 1979.

The Norwegian National Aviation Museum is Norway's main museum for the history of aviation.

The command bunker of Odense, Denmark, was intended to offer shelter in case of a – most likely nuclear – World War III.

The Grenzhus Schlagsdorf presents the history of the Inner-German border between the Baltic Sea and the river Elbe.

The Hospital in the Rock Nuclear Bunker Museum is situated in the heart of Europe, beneath the Buda Castle in Budapest, Hungary.

The European Solidarity Centre (ESC) is a museum devoted to the history of the Solidarność movement in Poland during the 1980s.

Langelandsfort was built in 1952-53 as part of the Danish naval defense and in 1997 it was turned into a Cold war museum as part of the Langelands Museums.

The main theme at the Degerby Igor Museum is the lease period of 1944-1956 in which the Soviet Union leased the region of Porkkala, a 1000 m² area in the west of Helsinki.

Bentwaters Cold War Museum is based in the United States Air Force (USAF) hardened command post on the former Bentwaters airbase which closed after the withdrawal of the USAF in 1993, and is believ

The 28 Group Observed is a registered Scottish Charity who looks after the Royal Observer Corps (ROC) Caledonian Sector bunker at Craigiebarns, Dundee, United Kingdom.

The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History is a Smithsonian affiliated, nationally accredited museum, and it is the only congressionally chartered museum in its field.

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The Museum Konperensi Asia-Afrika (KAA), based in Bandung, Indonesia, represents the historical values of the Asian-African Conference of 1955.

Across more than 3,000 square meters of exhibition space, the German Spy Museum gives a unique insight into the world of international espionage where once the Berlin Wall split the City.

Imperial War Museums (IWM) is a family of five museums: IWM London;

Imperial War Museums (IWM) is a family of five museums: IWM London;

Imperial War Museums (IWM) is a family of five museums: IWM London;

Imperial War Museums (IWM) is a family of five museums: IWM London; IWM North in Trafford, Greater Manchester;

Imperial War Museums (IWM) is a family of five museums: IWM London; IWM North in Trafford, Greater Manche

The massive underground structure, the Atomic War Command – ARK, was built during the Cold War period (1953-1979) to shelter Yugoslavia's leadership cadre, headed by President Josip Broz Tito.

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The Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and of Military History is a category two federal scientific institution (ISF/FWI), as well as a state service with separate management (SEGS/SAB).

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The mission of The Wende Museum is to preserve Cold War art, culture and history from the Soviet bloc countries, inspire a broad understanding of the period, end explore its enduring legacy.

Visit the nuclear attack-proof fortress in Stevns Klint, and hear the story about one of Denmark's most secret places, which was located at the utmost frontline during the Cold War.

The Atomic Heritage Foundation (AHF), founded by Cynthia Kelly in 2002, is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization in Washington, DC, dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of the Manhattan Proj

The Borderland Museum Eichsfeld was opened in 1995 at the former inner-German border crossing point Duderstadt-Worbis (at the border between Lower Saxony and Thuringia).

The IAEA History Research Project was founded in 2011. Since then it has acted as an umbrella for different research activities on the history of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

The Diefenbunker is one of the most unique National Historic Sites in Canada, and the country's most significant surviving Cold War site.

As part of their progress report, the Berlin Center for Cold War Studies officially debuted two of its projects:  A new webpage, which includes the Cold War Portal, and the exhibit, "The Cold War: Causes – History – Impact," co-sponsored with the Federal Foundation for the Study of the Communist Dictatorship in Eastern Germany. A report (in German).

Our joint exhibition with the Federal Foundation for the Study of the Communist Dictatorship in Eastern Germany titled "The Cold War. Causes - History - Consequences" will be available to public schools, universities, cultural or political institutions and the interested public starting in March 2016. With more than 160 historical photos and documents as well as QR codes linking to additional visual material, the exhibition provides a rich and impressive panorama of the Cold War as a determinant of global politics in the 20th century.

What is left of the Cold War? Dutch photographer Martin Roemers gives a clear answer: the structural and topographic relics of the conflict between East and West in Europe. He has tracked down and, so to say, preserved its traces. The shots of the twice winner of the World Press Photo Award and the 2015 Series Winner of the Street Photography Award take us to abandoned army bases and bunker complexes, military training areas, technical installations, monitoring facilities and memorial sites.

The Federal Agency for Civic Education (Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung/bpb) is a public institution that promotes democratic awareness and political participation.

The Deutsches Historisches Museum (German Historical Museum) is Germany’s national historical museum.

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